Gold, Jerome

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GOLD, Jerome

GOLD, Jerome. American, b. 1943. Genres: Novels, Novellas/Short stories, Poetry, Autobiography/Memoirs, Essays. Career: Juvenile rehabilitation counselor at a prison for children in the Pacific Northwest, 1991-. Publications: NOVELS: The Negligence of Death, 1984; The Inquisitor, 1991; The Prisoner's Son, 1996; Sergeant Dickinson, 1999. STORIES: (with L. Galloway) Of Great Spaces, 1987; War Stories, 1990; Life at the End of Time (and essays), 1992; Prisoners (and poems), 1999. OTHER: (ed.) Hurricanes, 1994; Publishing Lives: Interviews with Independent Book Publishers in the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia, 1996; Obscure in the Shade of the Giants: Publishing Lives, Vol. II, 2000; How I Learned That I Could Push the Button (memoirs/essays), 2003. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor of articles, essays, stories, poems, and reviews to periodicals. Address: c/o Black Heron Press, PO Box 95676, Seattle, WA 98145, U.S.A.

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